Jüdische Volkszeitung : unabhängiges Organ für die politischen, wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Interessen der Juden in der Slovakei (Bratislava, Slovakia : [1919-1933?].)
Summary: The Jüdische Volkzeitung was a weekly Jewish newspaper for the people. It described itself as an independent institution for the political, economic and social interests of the Jews in Slovakia; however, it is listed as a Zionist periodical in the Jüdisches Lexikon (Berlin : Jüdischer Verlag, 1927-1930, vol. IV/1, Presse, Jüdische (II)). Issued by the Volksverband der Juden für die Slovakei
Dates of Publication: Began publication in 1919? Ceased publication in 1933?
Digitized Holdings: Jg. 3, Nr. 38 (Sept. 1921) - Jg. 10, Nr. 35/36 (Sept. 1928) (INCOMPLETE HOLDINGS)
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